Part IV of a series on the escrow process. Thank you to Kartikay Escrow for contributing portions of this blog. What Is Escrow and Who Pays What? Now that we know more about the closing costs, it’s logical to begin wondering who pays what? Of course, there are more than closing costs to consider. “Who […]Read More What is Escrow? Who Pays What?
This article outlines some good points when considering the advantages of completing a residential real estate transaction by the end of 2012. Source: Tara-Nicholle Nelson for Trulia Pro Five reasons to buy and complete a purchase before the end of the year: 1. Take advantage of the Mortgage Debt Relief Forgiveness […]Read More Five reasons to buy a house before the end of the year
Here is the most recent information on the San Diego housing market. For specific information on your neighborhood or a market analysis on your home, please send me an email or call me at 619-325-4192. October :: SAN DIEGO ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® Attached Homes Total Sales Volume: $270,193,351 = 7.295% higher than September and 36.279% higher […]Read More Real Estate @ a Glance: November 2012 Edition
Part III of a series on the escrow process. Thank you to Kartikay Escrow for contributing portions of this blog. Closing Costs So, your escrow agent has helped you clear up the red flags. Now, it’s time to figure out closing costs. This list will give you an idea of what items are typically included […]Read More What is Escrow? What are Closing Costs?